Sponsor a child and make a difference!
Many of the children in our care have little prospect of being adopted, due to their complex medical needs. Sponsorship enables us to make plans for these children’s futures and ensure their long-term wellbeing.
Sponsorship costs £18 a month. Please contact the office for more information or complete the sponsorship form. Why not get together with a group of friends or colleagues to sponsor a child? You can make a real difference to a child’s life!
SOME OF OUR SPONSOR CHILDREN
Lin Ma Ying
Ma Ying has Down’s syndrome and came into our care in May 2010 due to her special therapy and education needs.
At over one year of age her development was well behind - she needed much more stimulation. Since being in our care and having therapy she has improved significantly, and continues making a lot of progress.
Cui Fen suffers from severe cerebral palsy. She has been in our care since April 2010.
Cui Fen craves attention and loves to be hugged – her intelligence is basically normal and she tries to communicate with people, but her physical condition is not very good. We hope that we will be able to stabilise her physical condition and enable her to live as full a life as possible.
Wei Xin is a most delightful and engaging boy. He was born albino and this may be why his parents abandoned him though we cannot know for sure. We often get children coming to our care with minor conditions that are misunderstood to be more of a problem than they are.
We provide special glasses for Wei Xin and make sure he gets regular eye tests and is careful in the strong summer sun. Other than that, he needs no special adaption to his life and lives perfectly normally. He is with a lovely foster family and attends local primary school.
This little boy came to us on the day he was born. We are so sad at the thought of why his mother abandoned a healthy new-born boy. She may have had poor ante-natal care as Jun Jun was very weak when he came to us.
He was immediately placed with a foster mother and now at the age of two he is well settled. He is loved very much by his foster mother and, if around strangers, Jun Jun always has an eye on where she is. Neighbours often take him out to play and think of him as a charming boy.